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Sep
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comment Google Earth / QGIS projection (great circle line)
Hello and thanks for your answer. The coordinates right now are 40N80E 30N100E but I would like to find a solution for all lat/long. This is why I thought another projection could do the trick. The only solution I found was to "cut" my line in google earth in several segments. This way the difference between great circle and rhumb line is less (Due to shorter distance). Thanks
Sep
30
asked Google Earth / QGIS projection (great circle line)
Feb
15
awarded  Scholar
Feb
15
accepted Which horizontal unit is used on the table of the Profile Tool?
Feb
15
comment Which horizontal unit is used on the table of the Profile Tool?
Good afternoon JW, I just tried UTM reprojection and it works. Unfortunately the distance interval should not be resolved as I am working on very long distances. UTM refers to a reference parallel, so the more I go away from it, the more the interval will change. But this is my problem now. Thank you very much for your answer !
Feb
15
comment Which horizontal unit is used on the table of the Profile Tool?
Apparently, the horizontal axis is based on the raster. My DEM is in degrees. Even if I change my project properties in meter, the axis unit stays in degrees. Any clues ? Or is there another raster I can use which main unit is not in degrees ?
Feb
15
comment Which horizontal unit is used on the table of the Profile Tool?
Hi JWallace, I tried that but it doesn't change a thing. There must be a way to use these datas as profile tool seems to be quit popular... thanks in advance.
Feb
14
comment Which horizontal unit is used on the table of the Profile Tool?
Thanks for your answer JWallace. In the end, how can we explain the not equaly spaced elevation extract. And also, can I change the unit to a common on such as meters, feet or miles ? do I need to changes my raster format ? thanks
Feb
14
awarded  Student
Feb
14
asked Which horizontal unit is used on the table of the Profile Tool?